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Justin Bieber Will Be Searched 'Indefinitely' By US Customs
Posted by Joseph Lee on 02.04.2014



TMZ reports that Justin Bieber will be searched by US Customs every time he returns to the country. When Bieber flew into a New Jersey airport from Canada last Friday, his plane was searched and he was questioned for hours before finally being allowed to leave. Bieber was flagged because it's on a Homeland Security watch list for his two pending criminal cases.

Bieber will get the same treatment every time he leaves and comes back to the country. Once someone is on the list it's difficult to get off, even by appealing to Homeland Security. If Bieber is found guilty or pleads no contest to either charge, it will be hard for him not to be monitored ever again. Of course, sources claim that Bieber doesn't really care. One said: "He's gonna do what he wants to do."





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